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Social Skills Training Autism in Gilbert, AZ 

We specialize in social skills training for autism, offering small group sessions and personalized coaching tailored specifically for children with autism. We understand the unique challenges individuals face in social situations, including social skills for kids with autism, and provide expert insights, teacher input, and practical tools to enhance community participation and foster meaningful friendships. Join us for effective social skills therapy tailored to support overall well-being, specifically designed for children with autism.

What Are Social Skills?

Social skills are the unwritten rules that guide how we interact with others. While most people naturally pick up these skills, individuals with autism may find it challenging to navigate social situations.

In small group social skills therapy, individuals with autism learn through:

  • Direct teaching and practical exercises in real-life situations.

  • Focus on timing and attention in social interactions.

  • Support for better communication and sensory integration.

  • Developing behaviors that lead to positive social outcomes like friendships.

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Social Skills Groups

Social Skills Groups provide an opportunity for individuals with autism across various age groups to enhance their social abilities through regular interactions with each other or typical peers. Many groups follow established social skills curricula available in the market.

Essential characteristics of effective Social Skills groups include:

  • Structured Environment: Offer a setting with clear organization and predictability.

  • Concrete Actions for Abstract Concepts: Break down abstract social concepts into practical, concrete actions.

  • Language Level Grouping: Organize children into groups based on their language proficiency, using simplified language.

  • Collaborative Learning: Facilitate pair or group work, emphasizing cooperation and partnership.

  • Diverse Learning Opportunities: Introduce various learning activities to cater to different preferences and styles.

  • Promotion of Self-Awareness and Self-Esteem: Foster a sense of self-awareness and bolster self-esteem among participants.

  • Real-Life Application: Provide ample opportunities for practice, ensuring that acquired skills are applied beyond the group in real-life scenarios.

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Who Can Instruct Social Skills, Including Those for Autism?

Learning social skills involves various aspects, and diverse individuals play a role in teaching them across various settings such as at home, school, and the community. Specifically, professionals like special education teachers, speech pathologists, and clinicians may facilitate "social skills groups." These groups integrate direct, explicit instruction with opportunities for practical application and generalization in natural environments, including real-life interactions with peers. Additionally, other professionals supporting social skills encompass:

  • Occupational therapists

  • Behavioral therapists

  • School psychologists

  • General education teachers

  • Health and PE teachers

  • Numerous other direct care staff

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Join Our Social Skills Coaching Program!

Enrich your child's social skills with our ESA certified vendor-led coaching program in Gilbert, AZ!. Our experienced behavioral therapists provide tailored sessions every Saturday from 10:30 am to 12 pm. With a focus on enhancing communication, emotional intelligence, and interpersonal abilities, your child will gain valuable skills for life.

Join us to cultivate confidence, empathy, and effective social interactions in a supportive environment. Don't miss this opportunity to empower your child's social growth. Register now and watch them thrive!"

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Autism Spectrum Disorder can be overwhelming. We want to help support you and your child.

Let us help empower your child, reach out to us today!

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